Space and spatiality have been significant coordinates in the study of translation in the West. The concept has long been included in humanities and social sciences too by scholars like Edward Soja (1989); Warf & Arias (2009). This panel aims to question how the concept of “geo” features in translation and analyse translation as a point of intersection and relationality that redefines our concepts of spatial axis and territorial coordinates. This panel will try to bring in disciplines of geometry and geography to the terrain of translation studies and thus include alternative models to expand the field.
Online International Conference organized by the Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies, Liverpool Hope University, Hope Park Campus, 27th June 2022
Global transformations fostered by the decentralization of communications from mainstream media and governance institutions to a plural range of socioeconomic actors and stakeholders have shaken the foundations of social consensus, truth and objectivity in the construction of public spheres. Such transformation has posed unprecedented challenges to conflict management and peacebuilding, multiplying risks of instability and war, but also the spaces for the construction of collective meanings and the voices shaping them.
Representing Girlhood in Popular Culture
Call for Chapter Abstracts for Edited Collection, to be part of the Routledge Advances in Popular Culture Studies series.
Contemporary popular culture texts increasingly showcase representations of girls and young women in a myriad of ways. There are common tropes that we as audiences have come to expect in stories of girlhood, which usually concern navigating friendships, self-discovery, familial drama, teenage discontent, etc., packaged in familiar frames about suburban school experiences, or in fantastical and bold tales in fantasy and science fiction.
James Baldwin Review (JBR), an annual peer-reviewed journal, is seeking submissions for its eighth volume. An online, open access publication, James Baldwin Review brings together a wide array of peer-reviewed critical and creative non-fiction on the life, writings, and legacy of James Baldwin. JBR publishes essays that invigorate scholarship on James Baldwin, catalyse explorations of the literary, political, and cultural influence of Baldwin’s writing and political activism, and deepen our understanding and appreciation of this complex and luminary figure.
This Post-Scriptum’s conference wishes to address different ways in which the relationships between history and literature are thought out as sources of tensions, interrogations, and mutual influences. Two questions underlie this perspective: how can literary texts deal with historical events, and, conversely, in what way(s) works of historiography borrow elements from literature, both formal and narrative? Hence, problems that are related to these questions can be addressed. These problems concern the theoretical, formal, narratological, epistemological, etc. consequences of the encounters between history and literature.
Fourteenth Biennial Conference of the Constance Fenimore Woolson Society
“Woolson and Her Contemporaries”
Date: April 7-9, 2022
In conjunction with the Cleveland Arts Prize and the city’s year-long celebration of “Our Past Masters,” including Woolson, we invite papers on any topic related to Woolson’s life and work, as well as the life and work of her contemporaries.
The Catharine Maria Sedgwick Society invites submissions for its ninth symposium, Two Centuries of Sedgwick, celebrating the bicentennial anniversary of the beginning of Sedgwick’s professional writing career in 1822.
Contributions are being sought for a proposed edited collection on Narrative Co-Construction: Author- Audience Interactions and Narrative Theory. A prospectus and list of potential contributors for the proposed collection will be submitted to the Theory and Interpretation of Narrative Series (OSU Press).
Rationale and Submission Parameters
RENAISSANCE CONFERENCE OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
65th Annual Conference
Saturday, 19 March 2022
We are pleased to announce a call for papers for our 65th Annual Conference, to be held in-person (public health considerations permitting) at the Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens.
The conference will feature a
“Cross-Cultural Currents in Early Modern Studies,”
SCMS CAUCUS ON CLASS
2022 Graduate Student and Precarious Scholar Essay Award
Submissions due January 31, 2022
Punk Scholars Network Canada and Punk Scholars Network USA
2021 Virtual Conference
Sunday, December 5, 2021 (12:00 PM EST – 8:00 PM EST) via Zoom
Media, art and literature in the late-twentieth and early twenty-first century have been inundated with the memories and portrayals of wars, upheavals, declarations, political persecutions, colonial struggles and religious/ideological wars and terror acts. The spectacles of the industrial and global world as well as digitalised life, ruthless socio-economic dynamics, widening rich/poor gap, generational discrepancies and pandemics have left lasting marks on the human psyche and fostered art and literature to tackle the stigmas and impacts of the long century on contemporary life. Dystopias and anti-utopias of the modern world also made the past a space for (social, political, artistic) exploration, reconsideration, reclamation and reconciliation.
CALL FOR BOOK CHAPTERS
Rethinking Muslim Women and Feminism: Theory, Practice and Contexts
Editor: Dr. Amina Hussain (email@example.com), Assistant Professor of English, Department of English, Modern European and Asian Languages, Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti Language University, Lucknow, INDIA
Journal of Comparative Literature and Aesthetics (ISSN 0252-8169)Vol. 45, No. 2, Summer 2022
SPECIAL ISSUE - Musical Aesthetics: Historical and Contemporary Issues
FACULTY OF LETTERS
DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
Ege University 18th International Cultural Studies Symposium
Ageing, Surviving and Longevity
May 25-27, 2022
Call for Papers:
Where in the World is Margaret Fuller?
The Margaret Fuller Society invites your participation in the Thoreau Gathering (July 6-10, 2022, live in Concord, MA). For this conference whose major theme is Thoreau and Globalism, we will consider his colleague Fuller as part of world cultures through her reading, writing, travel experience, and transnational influence.
From: Alan Liu, Urszula Pawlicka-Deger, and James Smithies
We are pleased to invite proposals for contributions to the Critical Infrastructure Studies & Digital Humanities book we are editing for the Debates in the Digital Humanities Series (University of Minnesota Press). (See our full, more detailed CFP.)
Agency, Community, Kinship – Representations of Migration Beyond Victimhood
Interdisciplinary Online Symposium, February 23–24, 2022 University of Wuppertal, Germany (online)
“Somewhere in Between: Borders and Borderlands” International Conference
Selected papers will be published in a post-conference volume with an ISBN number.
London/Online: 2-3 April 2022
Conference website: https://borders.lcir.co.uk
“Over the Horizon: Comparative Perspectives on Literature” International Conference
Selected papers will be published in a post-conference volume with an ISBN.
London/Online: 4-5 June 2022
Conference website: https://comparativeliterature.lcir.co.uk
“Pilgrimages and Tourism” International Conference
Selected papers will be published in a post-conference volume with an ISBN number.
London/Online: 11-12 June 2022
Conference website: https://tourism.lcir.co.uk
2022 LAW AND HUMANITIES JUNIOR SCHOLARS WORKSHOP Call for Papers
Columbia Law School, Georgetown University Law School, Stanford Law School, UCLA School of Law, the University of Pennsylvania, and the University of Southern California Center for Law, History, and Culture invite submissions for the 21st meeting of the Law and Humanities Junior Scholars Workshop, to be held at USC School of Law in Los Angeles, CA, on Tuesday, May 24, and Wednesday, May 25, 2022.
Poems Invited for DEC 2021 Issue of Taj Mahal Review 39th Issue
We are seeking panelist proposals for the accepted Children’s Literature Association (ChLA 2022) conference panel “Sustaining Black Lives: Ecological Imaginaries in African American Books for Young Readers.” The theme of this year’s conference is “City in the Forest” and will take place in Atlanta Georgia from June 2nd-4th in Atlanta, Georgia. This panel seeks papers that correlate race and gender with Black sustainability issues like environmental inequity and global migration. We invite papers on subject matters ranging from realist literature to fantasy and science fiction, from the twentieth century to the twenty-first, from American-born to immigrant authors.
A Critical Companion to Jane Campion
Edited by Elsa Colombani and Eurydice Da Silva
Part of the Critical Companion to Popular Directors series
edited by Adam Barkman and Antonio Sanna
The CFP to follow is for a prospective panel at the American Literature Association’s 2022 meeting in Chicago (more information on the conference is linked here). To supplement the panel pitch, we would like four individual papers to submit to the conference organizers as an indication of interest in the panel; unfortunately, we cannot guarantee the panel will be accepted by the organizers. Nevertheless, after receiving and deciding on individual paper proposals, we will communicate our decisions by early-November with the aim of submitting the panel pitch to ALA by 12/1.
CALL FOR PAPERS
HUMAN MOBILITY AND CULTURAL IDENTITIES THROUGH HISTORY
MIGRATION, INSPIRATION, TRASFORMATION
4th International Conference on Arts and Humanities
19th-20th May 2021, Rome, Italy
PSi#27: Hunger 2022
“We pass under the shade of the magnolias and red oaks that sprout everywhere in Atlanta. Trees easily outnumber residents.”
–The Downstairs Girl (2019) by Stacey Lee
Sixth Annual Global Souths Conference
Formerly the Deep South in the Global South Conference
March 17-19, 2022
University of Louisiana-Lafayette